when I plugged my band's 5 mics into the mixer and the mixer into the uca202 and to my computer to record, I got a recording that was skipping or jumping a few seconds (like a broken CD that jumps a few seconds and keeps playing), it felt like the recording couldn't keep up; I must have done something wrong. Some tunes only had like 3-5 skips, but others like 15 or more. What can I do???
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Re: recording not right
Check the recording buffer latency on your recording software. And so you know, you should max your ram out with that soundcard. or have everyone record there parts in as, 5 ins is alot for a machine to process, especially if youre recording to 1 track..brutal, and the final recording will be real muddy.
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1. right click the speaker in the lower right corner and select adjust audio properties.
2. Select the audio tab
3. Pull the drop down menu under sound recording and make sure it is selected to your audio driver device. Most are either soundmax, creative(for soundblaster and audigy standalone cards), realtek, or ASUS.
4. Next repeat step one but select open volume control
5. Go to options and then properties
6. Select the circle for recording and make sure your mic input is checked.
7. Close that window and recording mixers will pop up. Select the input you need by checking the box in the lower left corner of the mixer channel. Adjust the level and then use your recording program or sound recorder under Program files>accesories>communication>sound recorder.
you can't just plug and play with these high end mics. You require a +48v phantom power source from something such as a mixer. Then plug the mic into the mixer and the mixer into the LINE IN on the PC
find a tape player/recorder than has the capability to connect to a computer connect your tape player/recorder to your computer open windows explorer navigate to the tape player open it then select the files you want to copy to your computer right click select copy then navigate to the place where you want them saved or you can select the files hold the muse cursor on them drag them to the place you want to save them and drop them into it
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Just connect: one output from 100fx to uca202 line in. Connect an output that corresponds what you want to get (e.g. if you're going to record something use record out or main out) one line input from 100fx to uca202 line out. the USB cable from uca202 to your laptop's USB port. The solution is the same (in general) whatever mixer you may have.
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No, if you have a jack to plug the mic into you have a soundcard. However the mic is probably muted in the mixer software. Go to the control panel, left click on sounds and audio, then click on the advanced button; this should open the mixer in the play back mode, at the top left of the mixer go to options and select properties, a new page will come up with a radio button showing playback or recording, switch the radio button to the recording list and check everything in the checkboxes including the mic and press ok. A new mixer should come up with your recording deviced, from here you can set your microphone device volume.
You can use any mic you want but you have to go to the soundcard mixer and enable the source for recording from the recording properties. If you have a separate soundcard not the onboard one usually it will have it`s own mixer software so you open that up and set it to record from the microphone input if that`s where your mic is inserted. If you use the onboard sound card then go to control panel - sound and select the device you want and also set the recording source. In sonar you have to right click on the track in the left part of the screen. This brings up the properties for that track. The you select the sound card input and output for that audio track. That shoudl solve your problem. Of course you will get a much better result if you use a good mic plugged into a mixer or pre amp and send the source into the line in of your sound card and adjust the rest accordingly.
The mic may be muted on the computer. In XP, double click the volume control icon in the bottom right of the screen to get the mixer. If you don't see the microphone input, go to 'options' then 'properties' and place a check in the box to show it. Then make sure it is unmuted and the volume is up.
In Vista, right-click the volume icon and choose recording devices and make sure it is on and volume up.